The Hidden Burden of Taxation: How the Government Reduces Take-Home Pay
By Dean Stansel. Policy Analysis No. 302. April 15, 1998.
Electric Avenues: Why “Open Access” Can’t Compete
By Clyde Wayne Crews Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 301. April 13, 1998.
Two Cheers for the 1872 Mining Law
By Richard L. Gordon and Peter Van Doren. Policy Analysis No. 300. April 4, 1998.
Subtract Unneeded Nuclear Attack Submarines from the Fleet
By Ivan Eland. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 47. April 2, 1998.
U.S. Sanctions against Burma: A Failure on All Fronts
By Leon T. Hadar. Trade Policy Analysis No. 1. March 26, 1998.
New Asylum Laws: Undermining an American Ideal
By Michele Pistone. Policy Analysis No. 299. March 24, 1998.
ATM Surcharges and the Expansion of Consumer Choice
By John Charles Bradbury. Briefing Paper No. 36. March 19, 1998.
Money and School Performance: Lessons from the Kansas City Desegregation Experiment
By Paul Ciotti. Policy Analysis No. 298. March 16, 1998.
Flawed Democracies: The Dubious Political Credentials of NATO’s Proposed New Members
By Thomas M. Magstadt. Policy Analysis No. 297. March 6, 1998.
Microsoft and the Browser Wars: Fit to Be Tied
By Robert A. Levy. Policy Analysis No. 296. February 19, 1998.
The Specter of Pervasiveness: Pacifica, New Media, and Freedom of Speech
By Jonathan D. Wallace. Briefing Paper No. 35. February 12, 1998.
Nato Expansion Flashpoint No. 3: Kaliningrad
By Stanley Kober. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 46. February 11, 1998.
Privacy as Censorship: A Skeptical View of Proposals to Regulate Privacy in the Private Sector
By Solveig Singleton. Policy Analysis No. 295. January 22, 1998.
Homeschooling: Back to the Future?
By Isabel Lyman. Policy Analysis No. 294. January 7, 1998.